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1) [line 5] LO YENA'ANE'O - he may not move it
4) [line 10] SHOMTO - and he removes his garment
*7*) [line 17] AMAR RAV YEHUDAH, HANEI PILPELI - From here until the end of the Perek, the Gemara sums up the Halachos of Shabbos by discussing assorted Melachos that are prohibited only mid'Rabanan. The discussion begins with crushing peppercorns with a Shinuy, since moving items with a Shinuy was discussed in our Mishnah (TOSFOS DH Hani).
8) [line 18] PILPELEI - peppercorns
15) [line 34] A'PUMEI D'LEICHAYA - at the entrance (lit. mouth) [to a Mavoy], outside of the place where the Lechi stands (the plank or pole which is used to permit carrying in a Mavoy by reminding a person not to carry into Reshus ha'Rabim)
16) [line 35] MIGANDERA LEI CHEFETZ - [lest] an object roll away from him
18) [line 38] UDRA - stuffing material
22) [line 2] SAMI DIDACH MEKAMEI HA D'TANI REBBI CHIYA - withdraw yours (your teaching) because of this Beraisa that Rebbi Chiya taught
23) [line 7] MIS'AGEL - and he may roll
28) [line 28] B'RAFUY - when the shoe is loosely placed on the last (and can be removed without moving the last)
29) [line 38] KALKALAH - a basket
30) [line 40] MEDUMA
(b) If the percentage of Terumah that fell into the Chulin was greater than one in one hundred, the mixture is known as *Meduma* (lit. mixed) and is forbidden to be eaten by non-Kohanim.
(c) According to Tosfos in Chulin 99a DH Ein, this law applies only if the Terumah was the same type of food as the Chulin; otherwise Terumah is Batel just like any other Isur.
31) [line 43] CHAI NOSEI ES ATZMO
(b) The commentaries offer various explanations to explain *why* one is exempt for such a Hotza'ah. (The Gemara's statement that the live person "carries himself" is very ambiguous.) According to TOSFOS (95a DH she'ha'Chai as explained by KORBAN NESAN'EL on the Rosh, #6), this means that the act of carrying live objects is a different class of carrying. Since it was not done in the Mishkan, it is not included in the Melachah of Hotza'ah.
32) [line 47] MELACHAH SHE'EINAH TZERICHAH L'GUFAH
(a) When a person performs a Melachah (one of the 39 creative acts that are forbidden on Shabbos) on Shabbos intentionally but is interested in a secondary result, rather than the primary result, of the action, it is called Melachah she'Einah Tzerichah l'Gufa. For example, if a person digs a hole not because he needs the hole but rather because he needs the sand, it is considered a Melachah she'Einah Tzerichah l'Gufah (Chagigah 11a).33) [last line] GI'AGU'IN - extreme love, longing (of a boy for his father)